Bike stuff

  • DOUBLETRACK DIARIES

    Andy Cox caught our attention on Instagram with photos of remote gravel roads that lived up to his @doubletrackfanatic name tag. As we followed with interest, added to the double-tracks were the high mountain vistas from across the Vosges, the Jura mountains and eventually the Alps. Following his nose led Andy inevitably to Café du Cycliste where we wanted to interview him. But with all that thinking time whilst living and riding solo, he'd done our job already. These are the Doubletrack Diaries.
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  • OFFICINE MATTIO : PRODOTTE IN ITALIA

    Officine Mattio are keeping a stronghold on the 'Made In Italy' label and insist on producing their range of fine carbon and steel bikes in their home country, where passion meets design meets experience meets pleasure.

    Their founder, Giovanni Mattio, explains what drives him.

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  • INCA DIVIDE DEMANDS

    They have been named 'Chasquis' after the messengers that formed the running communication system of the Inca Empire.

    Ten days ago 13 riders, sporting our Audax Monique jerseys, set out from Quito in Ecuador with the objective of riding self-supported to Cuzco in Peru. The first edition of Inca Divide is a beta test of a different kind, so it's time to check in on those who checked out. Continue reading

  • A SURVEY OF FRENCH TOUR STYLE

    For 31 years now, the French have been more stylish than successful in their national Tour. But where did French Tour style start?

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  • SHORTS STORIES > BLANDINE


    Each pair of cycling shorts I possess has its own story to tell.

    Each is marked by time and by the obstacles overcome by bike, on roads across Europe and Africa to South America and the Middle East. They bear silent witness to the challenges faced together and have been observers of the life I’ve led for 7 years. Continue reading

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